Performance Enhancing Drugs like Dextromethorphan, Doxylamine Succinate, Pseudoephedrine, Oxilofrine, Chlorpheniramine, and Diphenhydramine HCL: all of these chemicals are typical ingredients in over the counter cold medicine—except one. Did you spot it?
Teens overdosing on drugs at concerts? Sadly, it's nothing new. But last month, when cops were called to a Connecticut amusement park performance, they found several people collapsed from a little known hallucinogen, 2C-P. Police used CPR and defibrillation to treat one young man who was not breathing and had no pulse, and others were hospitalized.
It’s a parent’s worst nightmare that happens all too often: getting a call from the police, or a hospital, saying that your child has overdosed on drugs. For many parents and education professionals, drug tests are an important tool in their arsenal to combat the problem of drug abuse in school.
Many employers drug test workers because they have to; hence, they see it as an expense instead of an investment with a real ROI. Workplace drug testing is one tool that allows employers to make sure that safety and productivity remain optimal, both of which provide quantifiable returns on the cost of the tests.
Establishing legal paternity of a child is absolutely essential for unmarried parents. A child does not have a legal father if her parents are not married when she is born. Without established paternity, a father has no legal right to make decisions on a child’s behalf. His insurance plan is not likely to cover his children without proof of paternity and these children will be unable to collect inheritance benefits or life insurance in the event of the father’s death. Establishing [...]